The keen-eyed amongst you may have noticed that we have a bit of a thing for Sebastian Weiss's architectural photography. A pure celebration of simplistic shape and form, blue skies create the perfect, neutral background to his intriguing and inspiring subjects.
For his latest series, White Sculptures, Sebastian explores Calatrava’s architecture in Valencia.
He explains: "With this series I explore the flexible boundary between architecture and sculpture in Calatrava’s unique architectural language. His buildings in the Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias (City of Arts and Sciences) appear like vivid corporeal objects, which contain filigree but strictly systematic structures.
"My intention with this image sequence is to carve out the dynamics of the stylistic vocabulary in his lively ensemble of buildings. As a photographer I am fascinated by the overlapping of sculptural and architectural elements in Calatrava’s oeuvre, as they seem to complement each other and even merge to a harmonic unity. In particular with the effect of sunlight, the buildings appear to have been arranged in a light-space installation."